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Trump is Fine on Islam

Reader comment on item: Trump: You Should Ban Islamists, Not Muslims

Submitted by SAKOVKT (United States), Dec 12, 2015 at 01:44

1) What, exactly, are these more rigorous techniques that smoke out Islamists?

2) Why is this our responsibility?

What obligates us to, say, screen the Mob from Italian immigants?

If it can be done with the Italian gov't, fine. If not, who needs more Italians?

Aren't "all cultures the same"?

Can't we "divserify" otherwise?

Are Muslims really the only source of valuable skills we lack, like self-immolation?

Don't immigrants have some obligation to the host nation?

Americans have gotten fleeced ever since the hapless Woodrow Wilson stumbled out on the world stage.

3) What IS this Obsession with immigration?

The Coudenhaven-Kalergi Conspiracy actaully makes more sense than anything else, these days.

The obsession is way beyond the usual cheap labor-ballet box stuffing of old.

Desegregate the World to Eurasia and Oceania?

Have a "Nineteen EightyFour" global theme party?

These immigrants have nothing to offer. Why do we want them so much?

It can't be that our leaders are really that desperate to feel good about themselves.

I'd think they'd be accustomed to their own smell by now

4) I think jihad is a muslim problem and we are not going to solve it for them.

Best we can do, is make uncomfortable for them to not solve it.


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